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CNBC: Denver, Boulder are poaching more of California’s tech founders, workers and VC billions

The Denver-Boulder region in Colorado has emerged as a significant tech hub, attracting companies like Google, Amazon, and Salesforce, as well as numerous startups. Over $17 billion in venture capital funding has poured into the area in the past five years, fueling rapid growth. AgentSync, an insurance compliance software startup, exemplifies this trend, having grown from six to over 200 employees after relocating from San Francisco to Denver. Despite the boom, the region faces challenges in business community diversity and inclusivity, with efforts underway to support minority-owned tech startups.

Read the full article written by Dardan Pula and Jack Callahan here: